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Italveneta Didattica carefully manages each and every stage of toy production, constantly monitoring the quality. The manufacturing technologies used have been tried and tested and guarantee the production of non-toxic, reliable toys.


Rotomoulding or rotational moulding, is a special moulding technique used to manufacture large, hollow, plastic items.
The process consists in placing the material inside a hollow mould which heats it up and starts to rotate/rotates (generally on two axes) so that the material sticks to the sides of the mould evenly. The material then cools and the mould is opened to remove the manufactured piece inside.

Blow moulding

Blow moulding is a production technique which allows for variations in thickness during production. It is split into three stages: the raw materials and colouring agent are placed into the mould; the mixture is then heated to a temperature of 190°/200°C to melt it; extrusion of the compound inside the mould occurs, the walls are closed and compressed air is blown in at a high pressure. When the material cools it is shaped like the inside of the mould.


Injection moulding is an industrial production process in which a plastic material is melted and injected into a closed mould at high pressure. The manufactured piece cools and the mould is opened. Injection generally occurs at high pressure and temperatures to allow the “plasticized” material to run through the machinery. The main stages of the injection moulding method are: the raw material is loaded and melted; the mould is closed and locked; the material is injected; the machine is kept under pressure, and the pressure of the screws that hold the two parts of the mould together is released; the product is then cooled and the mould opened; the finished product can then be removed.